Sunday, December 14, 2008

Make Do and Mend Challenge: Made some beef jerky and some diabetic peanut brittle for gifts. Repaired a plunger handle I use at work. About it for me. Oh yeah I picked up some new buttons for my work jacket and sewed them on.
How did everyone else do? I hope everyone stayed warm. I bet those who mended warm clothes are happy this week!

6 comments:

Chile said...

I darned a sock this week, mended a ripped seam, and cut some old t-shirts (beyond mending) into rags.

Mary said...

I mended a vinyl bag that I like to use as a purse for work. I'm embarrassed to admit that it's taken me a couple of years to get around to it, but it's done now and back into use.

Fleecenik Farm said...

We made tunnels, garages and out buildings our of butter boxes for the wee one's matchbox cars/ These are legacy matchbox cars, they belonged to is brother and uncle.

Prudent Homemaker said...

My mending pile keeps growing again! Nevertheless, I have mended about 6 articles of clothing since last checking in.

fullfreezer said...

We fixed the doorknob on the basement stairs that kept falling off. It's not good to be coming up the stairs with a full laundry basket and have the doorknob come off in your hand.
I also fixed one of my son's gloves- a seam had ripped and was letting in cold and wet badness.

Robj98168 said...

Chile- darned socks! I need to do the same with some old Tee's

Mary- Bag it! Cool

Fleecenik- Sounds like fun! I use to have matchbox cars all over the place when I was little (I still have them but now that I am older they are "collectables!" And I had a matchbox city when I was 6 or 7 -but I always made my own

Prudent- I always have clothes that need mending- between my Dry Cleaner (who does alterations etc) and myself I try to keep ahead of it but there is always something

Full Freezer- I am glad you fixed that doorknob. If you get locked in the basement how will you blog?